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and that is it for us tonight. please check out fox news factor website, different from and we thought you'd like to spout off about the factor from anywhere in the world. o', and anytime, anytime if you wish to opine. word of the day, no parvenu. that's better don't be a parvenu. i'm bill ly, remember the spin stops right here, definitely looking out for you. you. >> . >> welcome to "hannity," tonight the great one from his bunker. mark levin will join us for a live rare interview and together we're going to hold president obama accountable for the tall tales at the
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state of the union address and fact checked the speech and president obama was quote, cherry picking when it comes to the facts and here are the biggest mistruths. watch this. after years of grueling recession, our businesses have created over 6 million new jobs. after shedding jobs for more than 10 years, our manufacturers have added about 500,000 jobs over the past. >> and we wish the numbers he threw out were true, but unfortunately as many fact checkers pointed out today, those numbers are not even close and of course, president obama also failed to mention that unemployment is higher today than the day he took office. and those are the not the only questionable figures that he tossed around last night. let's watch this. >> over the last few years, both parties have worked together to reduce the deficits by more than 2.5 trillion dollars. mostly through spending cuts, but also by raising tax rates on the wealthiest 1% of
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americans. as a result, we are more than halfway towards the goal of 4 trillion dollars in deficit reduction that economists say we need to stable highs our finances. tonight, i'll layout additional proposals fully paid for and fully consistent with the budget frame work, both parties agreed to just 18 months ago. let me repeat. nothing i'm proposing tonight should increase our deficit by a single dime. >> amazing that the president can say that with a straight face according to the treasury department since the day he accepted in the oval office, 5.8 trillion dollars and guess that, joining me with reaction we call him the great one, probably easier to get an interview with obama and the pope than to get you out of that bunker, welcome oh great one, how are you. >> i'm good, how are you,
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brother. >> sean: this figure, let's go to this. he says this thing is not going to add one dime to the deficit and republicans came out with an ad. let's start there. >> nothing i'm proposing tonight should increase our deficit by a single dime. health care reform will not ad one dime to our deficit. without adding a dime to our deficit. >> i won't sign it if that reform adds even one dime to our deficit in the next decade and i mean what i say. >> simple rule, congress can't spending a dime without cutting a dime elsewhere. >> fully paid for and will not add one single dime to our deficit. >> we will not pay for health insurance reform by adding to our deficit. i will not sign a bill that adds a dime to our deficit. either now or in the future. >> i will not sign a plan that adds one dime to our deficit. >> the only way we can do that. >> it will not add one dime to our deficit. >> and washington started taking responsibility for every dime, it doesn't add a dime to our deficit. >> 58.6 trillion dimes,
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mr. levin. >> you know, i would say to the president, why do you keep lying? why do you keep lying to the american people, a castro-like speech last night albeit in english, lie after lie after lie i'll tell you why you keep lying because your record stinks. 23 million people are unemployed. real unemployment is almost 15%. you didn't say any of this in your long speech last night. one in every four families affected by unemployment. 8.5 million people left the work force, the lowest since 1948. and one in six people live in poverty. median family income is dropped by 5%. meanwhile, the members of congress are jumping up like clapping seals, applauding all this. gasoline prices the highest on record for any february 13th. the economy actually shrank nearly 25 cents of every dollar produced in our economy is taken by the federal
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government. he didn't say any of this. he didn't say any of this because it's embarrassing, it's a disaster and here is the problem. the reason why he doesn't take responsibility for this is before you can even hold him to account, he's proposing more programs, more trusts, more partnerships, more agencies, more spending, and so you can't keep up with the guy. so, for him, america is a problem. the free enterprise system is pa problem. the american people are a problem. he streets us like we're france. and what one of the things that bothers me most, sean is this. this is a copy of the constitution. this is a bible. obama put his hand on this, and swore to uphold this, and then he keeps saying, as he did last night, to congress, if you don't do what i want you to do i'm going to act on my own. i hate to tell him this, it's not a dictator, or imperial president.
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we have three branches of the government and he has to work with all of them, but he doesn't want it. >> sean: i've used the term imperial president and you've used it. in your book, you actually said this was a post constitutional america. what does that mean? i mean, and especially, we saw see if he doesn't like what he gets, he just uses executive orders and does pretty much what he wants and in the context of what he's doing. what does it mean for the country. >> it means a disaster. because now we're a country of men and not laws. the president of the united states gets gives us a laundry list of things we're going to do to us. to our businesses, to our workplace. to our communities. that's not the way it's supposed to work. we're the citizens. we're not the subjects and the fact of the matter is, the ower on the does not infer president and big deal, he won an election, congratulations. he won by three or four percent. he's not exactly landslide barack, okay, he's president. but the constitution was not
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up for election on election night and i'm sick and tired of him and his party and his sycophants constantly promoting ideas that will attack it and an example. the second amendment, all of his proposals on how to change the second amendment, that second amendment belongs to us. we, the people, like all the rest of the bill of rights. the first amendment where you tax religious liberties, the fourth amendment where you tax due process. the fifth amendment you tax property rights. the 9th amendment which he ignores. the 10th amendment. federalism he thinks is a joke, it's not a joke and we need to start speaking out about this. >> one you commented a lot. look, the republicans have a single house. if they are not united, then they have no power. so, give me your best strategy of a-- and i'm going to get into rubio in the next segment with you. if i'm going to grab you out of the bunker, levin, i'm hold you you for two because it's a rare appearance.
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>> all right. >> sean: if they unite, they can stop him. they have power to a certain extent, but if he doesn't use executive powers. what advice do you have for the republicans? how do they battle this guy when he's using the same rhetoric, the same class warfare, predictable stuff and we saw it last night on display. the same stuff. >> i'll tell you how, start acting like men and women. start toughening up. start drawing lines and mean it. just say no as nancy reagan used to say, but just say no to obama. obama is addicted to government. addicted to debt, addicted to spending, okays, we have a problem on our hands and we can't keep feeding it. sometimes you have to make tough decisions, if it requires shutting down the government for a few days, hell, we shut down the government every weekend, everybody goes home except for essential services, all there at the agriculture department or epa saturdays and sundays. >> no, tend the weekend to thursday and friday. there are things we can do and must do, but most of all,
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speak out. tell the american people what you see. tell the american people what this administration is. tell them what he's doing to this country. stop acting like groom politicians and speak in plain english. >> what do you fear the most? i look at the debt and deficit and i say how does america now rob for our kids, the first generation we leave the country first off than what we inherited. i look at the world is falling apart and he's cutting defense and we're given f-16's to the muslim brotherhood along with the best tanks along with the national security front. what do you fear the most? >> well, i fear it all. i fear exactly what you say. it's across the board. this president has unleashed so many attacks on our system, on our society, and it's obviously quite intentional, that's what he means by fundamentally transforming america. what he means by that is, hollowing out our military which he considers imperial and colonial type of a
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military that's done negative things. imagine that, the commander-in-chief. he is-- he is not securing the border despite the propaganda. anybody goes down to the border, you know it. and using executive fiats to under under mine existing law, whether it's welfare and the work aspect of it. whether it's our immigration laws and now they're destroying our health care system one regulation at a time. i fear it all. the issues, what do we do about it? we dig in and we fight them every step of the way. whatever he wants he doesn't get and when he violates the separation of powers doctrine by fiat we go into the court. if we lose in court. we take him to court on another matter. we have got to use the political brass knuckles. we have to slow him down because this man's in a hurry. he doesn't like the constitutional system. he doesn't like separation of powers. he doesn't lining checks and balances. so we have to do everything we can politically, legally, to slow him down. >> all right, when we come
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back more with the great one. i want your thoughts on rubio and his response last night and the media's obsession with him taking a sip of water. we have pictures of let's see obama and hillary taking a sip as well and mark stay there. and as the christopher dorner saga played out, and slaying of another one of their own. and news and mathews paying tribute to dorner. >> and the tragic case will probably get more tragic as the going on and people have a high iq and troubled to the point of this horror story, here. >> sean: i'm going to play you the entire shameful broadcast of that last night, tonight here on this program and then he stole the show from the president last night. why are some liberals calling senator rubio a quote, token slave boy. don't worry, chris mathews offered up his insulting two cents on that. we have the details in the we have the details in the videototototototot [ male announcer ] you are a business pro.
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>> now, what i've done throughout this campaign is to propose a net spending cut. every dollar that i've proposed, i've proposed an additional cut so that it matches and i want to go through the federal budget line by line page by page, and programs that don't work, i pledge to cut. >> i pledge to cut the deficit that we inherit by the end of my first term in office. >> i will use the money we're no longer spending on war to
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pay down our debt. >> my plan would cut the debt by-- the first order of business to get the debt and deficit under control. i truly believe it we can get the debt and deficit issue solved, i believe we can get it done in the lame duck or in the aftermath. >> what my opponent didn't tell you was that federal spending since i took office has risen at the slowest pace of any president in almost 60 yea years. >> the state of of our economy calls for action, bold and swift and we will act, not only to create new jobs, but to lay a new foundation for growth. >> and i'm not going to rest until every american who is looking for work can find a job, until we can put america back to work. >> jobs must be our number one focus in 2010 and that's why i'm calling for a new jobs bill tonight.
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[applause] >> and last 22 months, businesses have created more than 3 million jobs. [applause]. last year, they created the most jobs since 2005. american manufacturers are hiring again creating jobs for the first time since the late 1990's. >> what do you think about all of these things that he gets away with. you can add benghazi to the list. how does he get away with it. is it just the media people are interested in, i don't know, other things? why? >> well, first of all, if everything's so swimmingly going along here, why do we need these programs. he should have said, america is in great shape, good night. he didn't do that because it's a joke. how does he get away with it? well, you know how he gets away with it. the media in this country are sycophants and root for big government and academia live off big government and the democratic party has been hijacked by the radical left
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and there are no more conservatives democrat politicians, 1960's retreads or worse, that's how he gets away with it. the problem for me though when you listen to him, on focusing jobs, he's destroying jobs. focusing on debt, ballooning the debt. everything he focuses on he destroys, you've got to hope he doesn't focus on you. >> sean: i hope so. i know the big story of the night was the republican response, marco rubio and we we'll get into this later on the program as it unfolds, a big deal drudge report watergate 2013. it's interesting, i've given speeches, i've taken a sip of water. right here, my springs right here and take drinks while i'm on the air, but that's their focus because i think the substance was so good. now, let's look at barack obama, this was put out by the ap, also on the drudge report. let's see, oh, obama taking a
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sip during the the speech, hillary taking a sip during a spinach and marco rubio a sip during the speech and 4,000 google articles about marco rubio, what do you make of it. >> obama takes a cigarette drag when nobody is looking and clinton is hanging out with the interns when nobody is looking. i think that is stupid. i watched the rubio speech and i thought it was the greatest reply to a state of the union speech i ever saw and the substance was unbelievable. he laid out the conservative principled case and applied it to what's going on today in our society, but he also laid out what obama was doing in no uncertain terms and what the future looks like with either path. this rubio is a superstar. he was excellent. i know he didn't have the clapping seals jumping up and down every time and 20 minutes 6 a pre-show, pre-state of the union discussion, hype from
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the media and the presidential trappings and all which makes it more remarkable what rubio did. rubio gave a terrific speech and so did rand paul. >> sean: i agree with both of those. i think it was the best response to the state of the union i've seen and agree with that point and rand paul, also. you said it caused a controversy the muslim brotherhood having infiltrated our government i believe it was in reference to the f-16's and the tanks given to morsi, the 9/11 fruiter that thinks that israelis are the descendents of apes and pigs, which is is i think the dumbest policy i've seen. >> they might have well infiltrated the government, they have the oval office, and the fact is that obama is insisting on arming a terrorist regime, the muslim brotherhood regime in egypt, that is now coordinating with or attempting to, align itself
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with the regime that's in tehran. and why the hell would we be sending them 16, f-16's and abrams tanks and everything else when that government in fact may fall? why do we reward that? we're who willhaloperidoloiwho - we're hollowing out our own military and can't fuel it, and giving f-16's to the muslim brotherhood in egypt. that's exactly what i mean, this president has has his priorities all screwed up. >> sean: thank you for coming out of the bunker, thank you, a great american. >> thank you. >> sean: coming up. >> he has a great sense. media and understands what's going on. a massive manhunt in california was coming to a scary end the so-called journalists at nbc news were praising the murderer. you won't believe how much worse the coverage got. we'll play you the tape
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>> a deadly saga of rogue ex-cop chris dorner is over. as the tense events played out last night some of the mainstream media, they took this opportunity to lend credibility to dorner's self-proclaimed cause. one network in particular, nbc news could only deliver what could be labeled as shameful. >> he wants the media sense, he wants a lot of play here, and calling up charlie sheen troubled himself and trying to make some kind of statement through the media here. how would you reckon that as he's rallying the group of supporters seem almost as a challenge or a citizen challenge of the police department out there and its history. he does have a great media sense and part of his--
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i'm not sure if you're aware of this. part of his manifesto talks a great deal about media figures he admires and chris, i've got to tell you, you're on that list. he praises you, praises joe joe scarboro, meredith vieria, tavist smiley, follow cronkite lead. he does have a great sense of the media and he clearly watches and understands what's going on. >> yeah, i think it's one of those things in life as we're seeing here this tragic case probably get more tragic as the hours go on that people can have a very high iq tremendous sensitivity in some areas and also emotionally troubled to this story here. >> sean: tremendous sensitivity, very high iq? you've got to be kidding me. here is fox news contributor michelle malkin. somewhat sensitivity, michelle? where does it come from, he was inspired he was mentioned
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by this madman, and his liberal friends, that sensitivity, killing innocent cops? >> it's sickening, it's chilling, and chris mathews wasn't the only one in the media. there were many figures among the professional left who, if they weren't explicitly cheering christopher dorner on, certainly harbored some sick sympathy for this man. where does it come from? well, it goes all the way back to academia, it goes all the way back to treating these evil people as empty vessels into which they pour every last left wing grievance. if you watch that clip very closely, it almost seems like chris mathews takes pride that he was mentioned in the manifesto with all of these other liberal journalists and of course, there's this idea among people at that station that really, i consider the dregs of media.
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that somehow, only smart people watch them. it really is deranged. >> no sensitive people. >> it's deranged, it's deranged. and what really, the hot button issue in that manifesto that caused so much sympathy for him long these leftists when he hit the issue of rai racism and to the extent that these people condemn america, that's where the sympathy comes from. >> sean: i am nervous that this guy, anybody in the future that's as sick and crazed and evil as this guy, that wants attention, let's go to charlie sheen who actually put out a video to this guy and jesse jackson sends a letter. watch this. >> christopher dorner, this is charlie sheen, you mentioned me in your manifesto, so thank you for your kind words. i'm urging you to call me, let's figure out together how to end this thing. i look forward to talking to
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you and jesse jackson says the following in a letter on facebook i understand your feelings of hurt and pain, i make this plea to you to stop spreading the pain and hurt and fear, please stop don't take anymore lives i'll do whatever i can do without hesitation, please contact me through danny whatever his name is l.a. sentinel. is giving attention to this guy by mentioning people's names on a manifesto, is that a bad idea? >> of course it is. it is going to encourage other sick people who are looking for their 15 minutes of fame. i regret that we have to talk about it in this way, but i think it's very illuminating. there's a sickness in our culture, it is a piece of a whole of this problem of celebrity worship and the cult of fame, the looky loos and the moral cockroaches that infest our society. you look at glorification of al jamal, and williams, every
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cop killer and the glorification of cop killing in the culture, all of these rappers who are the best friends of president obama and mrs. obama. what do they do, the main theme is killing comes. not just questioning authority which is of the left, but murdering it. >> sean: let me ask one last question, now, after almost every incident, sarah palin is blamed, talk radio, rush limbaugh, this is one example, brian williams doing this. watch this they'll speak for itself. >>. >> the bombing in oklahoma city focused renewed rhetoric from both in the right and those who cater angry white men. no one suggest that they approve po violence, but fast stored violence is questioned by many observers including the president of the united states. the list of the president must have in lining talk show hosts rush limbaugh, oliver north, j gordon liddy and michael reagan and others take to the air with basically the same
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format detail a problem, blame the government or a group and invite invective from like-minded people. >> sean: i only have 20 seconds now that this guy loved liberals, i guess justified by their logic to blame them for what he did. >> and the left has blame whitey or blame righty and now the blame righty mob has remained silence since this manifesto heaped praise on these people and come back to blow up in their faces and nothing to say about it. >> sean: michelle, always good to be with us. >> you bet. >> sean: and called a liberal mainstre mainstream, marco rubio taking a drink of water. and how dare he. we'll look at the ridiculous things lobbed at the senator and scott brown makes his first appearance as a fox news contributor on hannity and log
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>> welcome back to "hannity." last night florida senator marco rubio delivered the official g.o.p. response to the state of the union address and laid out why the president's plan is destined for failure. the mainstream media did what they do best and attacked him for menial things and reached, oh, the loser is going to speak after our president, anything to get publicity he's the token slave boy chosen to look like a fool once again. and last but not least, thrill up his leg, chris mathews his offensive commentary. >> i thought it was tinker toys, primitive. something you'd hear on a high school debating team.
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first of all, he went after government as some kind of evil and admitted he'd gone to school on student loans. >> sean: here with reaction, radio talk show host, leslie, and carlos, thank you for being here. first, let's deal with the water first and put it it up on the screen, you've given speeches, i've given speeches, i do it in every break. and i take a drink of water, i do it all the time. throughout my radio, look up on the screen, there's barack obama, there's hillary clinton and taking drinks of water during speeches. what, what, i think this is because the substance was so deep. this was the best post state of the union responsive' seen, it was great. >> i can't reach that, hit my head on the desk, it's not about the water. it's about the lack of experience in the presentation, and it's about you're going to speak to this better than i. this is a cuban-american and the majority of hispanics in in country are
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mexican-americans, cubans typically vote republicans, mexicans typically vote democrat. because he speaks spanish doesn't mean they'll love him. >> it's hard hitting and gives a different competing message, vision for the country. >> that's the problem. the extreme left cannot fathom that a hispanic would espouse those values, they heard it and didn't have a response for them if you're minority you have to be a democrat, you have to be liberal. so they did not want to hit him back on substance, and focus on water. >> sean: i never thought i'd say this in my entire life. van jones is the only liberal i think got it that i have heard from. now, chris mathews, look, chris mathews he has a thrill up his leg every time obama speaks, he was in full obamagasm mode last night. but van jones says do this to your own peril. he's dangerous and he resonates with people, his
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background, his history, articulate, funny, he's smart. he's the whole package. van jones got it he says he's dangerous for democrats. i agree with van jones for the first time in my life. >> i do not agree and ill he' tell you why, the latin population cannot forget that the g.o.p. voted against the dream act the first time, second would have bring it to a vote and cannot forget until this last election they wanted to shelf immigration reform even former president george w. bush only thing he and i agreed it. >> sean: you're getting off course. >> no, they cannot forget that-- >> he's pushing an immigration plan frankly i'm intrigued by it's going to secure the border first and deal with 11 million people. here is what is pathetic about the media in this country. barack obama was asked one time about his buddy where he started his political career, bill aier, asked one time about a guy part of a group that bombed the pentagon, new york city police headquarters
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and the capitol, but there's 4,000 articles about marco rubio taking a drink of water. tell me what's wrong with that. >> and you mentioned the univision story and you'd figure the spanish language network would be proud of the fact one of our own delivering the response to the president not only in english, but spanish. and there are good people that work, but, but the executive news level clearly a culture problem when an employee thinks they can go on facebook and call a u.s. senator, a slave and all the things she said. if these things were said, either chris mathews comments or anybody else's there would be charges of racism, indignation, outrage. why is it conservatives get attacked this way and nobody seems to care in the media. >> i'm sorry if the president had taken that much water. >> sean: one drink of water. >> or hillary had, certainly
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the clintons the right would be going crazy and then on top of it. if the democrats had given a response in spanish you'd be all over it. >> sean: why you know why you're wrong? because if barack obama took a drink for the whole thing. >> the water thing comes back, paul ryan drank too much ryan. never mind that joe biden was rude and laughing during the debate, he drank too much water. >> sean: you know who that is, it's your vice-president there you go. >> i love joe biden. >> sean: and former senator scott brown makes his first appearance as a fox news contributor, and still to come, actress activist darryl hanna again on the wrong side of the law avapro testing the keystone pipeline and here why she opposes that project and i promised to bail her out of jail and i have to make good on my promise. ♪
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>> real we form means establishing a responsible pathway to earned citizenship. a path that includes passing a background check. paying taxes and in meanwhileful penalty. learning english and going to the back of the line for the
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folks who come here legally. >> sean: immigration reform one of the promises to the country during his state of the union address last night and one we eagerly wait come to fruition, maybe not during a second term. joining me now with exclusive reaction to the president's speech and laid out last night. scott brown, welcome, senator. how are you. >> great to be on and hello to you and your viewers. >> sean: we appreciate you being here. i've got to he get one political question out of the way you know i'd throw this in. >> sure. >> sean: why not run for kerry's seat. >> it's the people's seat and five races in six years and participate in congress that's dysfunctional and extremely partisan i felt he would make a difference being on this show and doing other things and plan to stay involved, certainly, but you know, i'm going to continue to work and be part of the election process back home and other elections throughout the country? well, we welcome you to the program and the network, thank
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you so much for being here. >> thank you. >> sean: through the prism of the president's speech last night and your experience being in the senate, what are the things you think he could get accomplished, if any. >> well, listen there weren't too many olive branches passed out especially through the g.o.p. and there were certainly things that felt had some promise and for example, the trade with europe and trying to develop jobs, but the problem is that everything that he's laid out and he's certainly laid out his priorities very clearly, how are you going to pay for them? if we had no debt and everything was marching along swimmingly we'd be great, but we're at 16.5 trillion dollar national debt. when i went down there, almost three years ago, it was 11.95 trillion dollars and people need to understand that that's real money, obviously, and we need to get that under control. we're not going to have the ability to do any of those wonderful things that he's pushing. obviously, the immigration issue is important, so, there are things that we can work on, but the key is to do it
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together. >> how is it the senate didn't pass a budget, the democrats in the senate for four years, how is that possible? isn't that a constitutional duty sort of like you were supposed to be the 41st vote against health care and didn't work out that way either? >> well, it worked out somewhat, but more importantly, yeah, it is the senate's responsibility, and it's harry reid's job and harry reid and his lieutenants obviously schumer and durbin, are supposed to get that budget done. it's shameful and really should be doing it. they say they're going to do it this time, i wouldn't hold your breath. how do you run a business and your own household if you don't have a budget. how to you set the priorities of senate and congress it's unacceptable. >> you've been at state of the union addresses and you have experience at that level of government. what are the things that if people knew about the senate, what would you want to tell them, that most surprise you in terms of its dysfunction? >> well, the biggest thing that people needed to understand that there's one person and that's the majority
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leader, harry reid that controls everything, and the scheduling, with a bills are brought up and when he brings up a bill, for example, when he brought up the dream act. he brought it up. we're going to pass it tomorrow. take it or leave it, no amendments, nothing, shuts off the debate and tries to ram things through and spot people over those votes or lack thereof. he can bring up any vote anytime and the fact he's in charge somehow thing the minority party is in charge. that's the first thing. the second thing, you can get things done once you have them have their time and say in a particular issue, last year, you guys caught it. the president was walking up the galley and i said mr. president my insider trading bill is on harry reid desk tell him to get it out. after that he got it out. passed the trading bill and the stock act so you can do things, but you need to include everybody and that's not happening. >> sean: i thought you were the 41st vote. that was the whole purpose, you ran-- >> i was.
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>> sean: but used the reconciliation process. >> it was unbelievable, went to political machinations to circumvent not only my vote, didn't take any amendments, didn't try to make it better, tried to ram it through and see what's happening now. it's really not doing everything it should be doing. i have always said that i would not have supported it. i would have voted as i did to repeal it. i think the states have the ability to do it better. and the federal government is not the answer to everything. >> sean: all right. senator, thanks for being with us. welcome to the family. appreciate you being here. >> all right, sean, thank you. >> sean: liberal actress daryl hannah tried to storm the gates of the white house earlier today and found herself behind bars. the left wing hollywood star tells what she's up to. tells what she's up to. i made the promise ththththththh today is gonna be an important day for us. you ready? we wanna be our brother's keeper. what's number two we wanna do? bring it up to 90 decatherms.
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to hold packages for us. great job. [ applause ] thank you. and on a protocol note, i'd like to talk to tim hill about his tendency to use all caps in emails. [ shouting ] oh i'm sorry guys. ah sometimes the caps lock gets stuck on my keyboard. hey do you wanna get a drink later? [ male announcer ] hold packages at any fedex office location. >> hey, welcome back to "hannity." there was plenty of be action the at the white house today
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when green groups and liberal activists literally attached themselves to the gates of 1600 pennsylvania avenue in the hopes of pressuring president obama to the keystone pipeline and actress daryl hannah was one of the 48 people arrested and joining me now to explain how it went down is the actress herself. daryl hannah, how are you. you got out of jail in time. the last time you were on the program, that i would bail you out of dale. atried to-- >> my bail was too big last time and now you only owe me a hundred bucks. >> sean: i will give you, if i make a promise, but i disagree, i want the keystone pipeline i want to drill and energy production. >> now you don't, no you don't. >> sean: yes, i do. >> you have children, right? you want them to live in a world where there's water and food and a livable climate that they won't be struggling to survive, right. >> sean: wait a minute, saudi,
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the middle east drill for oil all day. >> there is a difference, this isn't drilling for oil. this is extreme lethal extraction. you were in new york during sandy, right? >> yeah. >> do you want more of those kinds of events. >> sean: i don't believe that this global warming nan sense -- nonsense is real and why the scientists made up the phony e-mails. >> be there as it may, do you want an eco system and water and soil and everything that's pollution. >> sean: i want clean air, clean water, i don't want hurricanes, i'm a good person. >> great, so then here is the deal. we actually have everything we need to create a clean energy prosperous economy right now. >> sean: solyndra? >> solyndra happened because china was on it and undercut our prices of solar panels. china is making half the
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world's solar panel and now using a third of the panels that they make because they realize that's the future. they're actually, their wind power is actually exceeded their nuclear power now. >> sean: but i am not convinced, i give you credit you're not a hypocrite like the larry jet limousine liberals. >> you call me a liberal even though i don't consider myself one. >> sean: you're leaning and-- >> i don't believe in these ism's and things, i believe we're all human beings and we want to live and thrive. >> sean: and i so vote for conservatives. >> you don't know who i vote for. >> sean: you voted for obama. >> i don't like politics, i don't trust politicians, that's where i stand. >> sean: the point is you do use biofuels. >> and i use solar panels. >> sean: solar panels. >> and runs on 100% alcohol. >> sean: i have a hybrid. >> you do, i figure you're a

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